In the first round of the girls lacrosse state tournament Thursday, No. 5 St. Andrew's beat No. 12 Smyrna 18-7. See a video and photos from the game in this story.
In the first round of the girls lacrosse state tournament Thursday, No. 5 St. Andrew's defeated No. 12 Smyrna 18-7.
In a back-and-forth first half, the Cardinals built an 8-5 lead.
Then in the second half, St. Andrew's outscored Smyrna 10-2, pulling away for the victory.
Nancy Tucker led St. Andrew's with 7 goals, while Reagan Meyer scored 4, Heleah Soulati 3, Noor El-Baradie 2, and Nora Bocock and Claudina Buccini each added 1.
Tucker had 2 assists, while Meyer and Soulati each had 1.
In goal, Charlotte Oxnam made 8 saves for the Cardinals.
For the Eagles, Emma Mayew scored 3 goals and had 1 assist. Madison Simpson scored 2, and Julie Snow and Jessica Bergold each added 1.
Goalkeeper Katie Porter stopped 12 shots for the Eagles.
St. Andrew's advances to the quarterfinals against No. 2 Ursuline Saturday, May 16 at 2 p.m. Ursuline received a first-round bye.